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Romans 13:8-10

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Using the Mosaic Law as a backdrop (namely to always pay tour debts), Paul instructs Christians to only owe love to one another.

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Culture of Love

Owe nothing EXCEPT love

a. "I could never repay them for their love"
b. The Christian who loves
i. Best citizen (verses 1-7)
ii. Best witness (verses 8-10).
iii. WE DISPLAY CHRISTS LOVE FOR US
iv. THIS WILL SHOW THE WORLD YOU ARE MINE .

The Great Commandment

Leviticus 19:18 ESV
18 You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against the sons of your own people, but you shall love your neighbor as yourself: I am the Lord.

Replace Vengeance with Love

Who is my neighbor?

Summarize: Luke 10:29-37
i. Lawyer Questions Jesus, "What shall I do to obtain eternal life?"
ii. Jesus, "Great Commandment"
iii. Lawyer (wise guy), "Who is my neighbor?"
iv. Jesus, … Good Samaritan story.

How do you live like this?

Overlook an Offense

(Pr. 19:11)- "It is to your honor to over look an offense"

Charitable Judgment

(Matt 7:1-6) "get the log out of your own eye"

Seek Peace

(Psalms 34:14) – "Pursue Peace"

Value Forgiveness Over Worship

(Matt. 5:24) "leave your gift at the alter and make peace"

Be Indebted in Love

(Rom 13:8). “Owe no one anything but to love each other.
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